Follow TV Tropes

Following

History WesternAnimation / AsterixConquersAmerica

Go To



* ArtisticLicenceHistory: Romans didn't believe in the "[[FlatWorld Flat Earth]]" theory.

to:

* ArtisticLicenceHistory: Romans didn't did not believe in the "[[FlatWorld Flat Earth]]" FlatWorld theory.


** The evergreen anachronism of the series, this time by the French [[TheNarrator narrator]]: the Colosseum ''DID NOT EXIST CIRCA 50 BC''. It was built 120 years later, in 70 AD, under UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire.

to:

** The evergreen anachronism of the series, franchise, this time by the French [[TheNarrator narrator]]: the Colosseum ''DID NOT EXIST CIRCA 50 BC''. It was built 120 years later, in 70 AD, under UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire.


** The evergreen anachronism of the series, this time by the French [[TheNarrator narrator]]: the Colosseum ''DID NOT EXIST IN 50 BC''.

to:

** The evergreen anachronism of the series, this time by the French [[TheNarrator narrator]]: the Colosseum ''DID NOT EXIST IN CIRCA 50 BC''. It was built 120 years later, in 70 AD, under UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is unattractive and pudgy, and [[PleaseDumpMe escaping marriage to her]] is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go back home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.

to:

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is unattractive and pudgy, and [[PleaseDumpMe escaping marriage to her]] is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go back home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and a much prettier face, and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is unattractive and pudgy, and [[PleaseDumpMe escaping marriage to her]] is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.

to:

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is unattractive and pudgy, and [[PleaseDumpMe escaping marriage to her]] is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go back home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy and [[PleaseDumpMe escaping marriage to her]] is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.

to:

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy unattractive and pudgy, and [[PleaseDumpMe escaping marriage to her]] is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy and escaping marriage to her is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.

to:

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy and [[PleaseDumpMe escaping marriage to her her]] is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.


* YouAreTooLate: Asterix, Obelix and Getafix make it back to Gaul, only to discover the Romans have succesfully ravaged their village and taken all the other Gauls captive, except for Cacofonix. Fortunately, the three are not too late to save their fellow Gauls, since they are locked in a big mobile cage in a nearby Roman Camp waiting to be brought to Rome.

to:

* YouAreTooLate: Asterix, Obelix and Getafix make it back to Gaul, only to discover the Romans have succesfully ravaged their village and taken all the other Gauls captive, except for Cacofonix. Fortunately, the three are not too late to save their fellow Gauls, since they are locked in a big mobile cage in a nearby Roman Camp waiting to be brought deported to Rome.


* AdaptationExpansion: While the film cuts the subplot with the Vikings, it adds several new subplots to the story:

to:

* AdaptationExpansion: While the film cuts the subplot with the Vikings, it adds several two new subplots to the story:


* AdaptationExpansion: While the film cuts the subplot with the Vikings, it adds several new subplots to the story. The two biggest are about Caesar wanting Getafix tossed off the edge of the world, and about an evil Native American medicine man wanting to get his hands on the magic potion after Getafix uses it to best him in a magic duel.

to:

* AdaptationExpansion: While the film cuts the subplot with the Vikings, it adds several new subplots to the story. The two biggest are about story:
**
Caesar wanting Getafix tossed off the edge of the world, and about an world so he can conquer the village without having to face magic potion-empowered villagers anymore.
** The
evil Native American medicine man wanting to get his hands on the magic potion after Getafix uses it to best him in a magic duel.

Added DiffLines:

* NamedByTheAdaptation: TheChiefsDaughter is named "Ha-Tschi" here while her name is not specified in the comic book.


* DarkestHour: This story is the only one where the Gaulish village has been soundly defeated by the Romans. With Getafix, Asterix and Obelix being stranded on the other side of the world, they don't have a source of SuperStrength anymore to negate the military might of the Romans, and while they put up heroic {{last stand}}s during TheSiege, they end up prisoners to be brought to Rome for Caesar's triumph and thrown to the beasts in the Circus Maximus.

to:

* DarkestHour: This story is the only one where the Gaulish village UndefeatableLittleVillage has been soundly militarily defeated by the Romans. With Getafix, Asterix and Obelix being stranded on the other side of the world, they don't have a source of SuperStrength anymore to negate the military might of the Romans, Roman armies, and while they put up heroic {{last stand}}s during TheSiege, they end up prisoners to be brought to Rome for Caesar's triumph and thrown to the beasts in the Circus Maximus.



* TheSiege: With no more source of SuperStrength, the Gaulish villagers are forced to build heavy wood fortifications as they're now besieged by the Romans, who now know they can't resist for long.

to:

* TheSiege: With no more source of SuperStrength, the Gaulish villagers are forced to build heavy wood fortifications as they're now besieged by the Romans, who now know they the Gauls can't resist for long.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy and escaping marriage to her is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she looks like a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.

to:

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy and escaping marriage to her is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she looks like has the body proportions of a bathing suit model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.


* AscendedExtra: Getafix. In ''The Great Crossing'', he stayed in the village and only appeared at the very beginning and very end of the comic. Here, he is abducted by the Romans and ends up in America along with Asterix and Obelix.

to:

* AscendedExtra: AscendedExtra:
**
Getafix. In ''The Great Crossing'', he stayed in the village and only appeared at the very beginning and very end of the comic. Here, he is abducted by the Romans and ends up in America along with Asterix and Obelix.


Added DiffLines:

** TheChiefsDaughter, whose personality is more fleshed out along with the AdaptationalAttractiveness. Obelix saving her from a [[AnimalStampede buffalo stampede]] is the key to gain the trust of the villagers, and she has a personal score to settle with the evil medicine man, which she does with a bit of Getafix's [[SuperStrength magic potion]]. There's also a short lived love story with Obelix, instead of Obelix trying to flee marriage with her in the comics.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy and escaping marriage to her is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she looks like a bathing suit model.

to:

* AdaptationalAttractiveness: In ''Asterix and the Great Crossing'', TheChiefsDaughter is pudgy and escaping marriage to her is the reason the Gauls decide it's time to go home. In ''Asterix Conquers America'', she looks like a bathing suit model.model and Obelix is understandably sad to leave her.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 125

Top

Example of:

/
/

Feedback